Lenexa, Kan -- Smith & Loveless invites water industry media to their own backyard for the Society of American Engineers' (SAME) Joint Engineering Training Conference (JETC) May 23-25, at Booth #825 at the Kansas City Convention Center in Kansas City, MO.
With more than 70 years of experience as a leader in pre-engineered wastewater pumping and treatment systems, Smith & Loveless offers a complete array of scalable, packaged and transportable water systems. Offerings include decentralized MBR treatment systems, packaged wastewater pump systems, low-energy grit removal systems, hi-rate aeratio and mizing systems and tertiary filtration systems.
Hundreds of U.S. Military and Department of Defense (DoD) installations of Smith & Loveless equipment span on all seven continents. Many products are LEED certified, supporting the DoD's Sustainability Performance Plan (SSPP) for conserving mission critical water and energy resources. The company's treatment and pumping systems are created with the goal of reducing potable water consumptions through recycling, lowering life-cycle costs through more efficient performance and longevity, and protecting the safety of military personnel and the environment.
Smith & Loveless' TITAN MBR™ Treatment System meets DoD's sustainability plan with its ability to recycle water and minimize environmental impact with reduced sludge production, maintenance and treatment. The design allows for minimal facility space necessary for the installation of equipment as it comes in both containerized and mobile units.
The PISTA® Grit Removal System, featured at JETC, optimizes performance and achieves 95% grit removal down to 105 μ particle size--an industry best--reducing organic residual impact and costs prior to the landfill.
The committment to minimizing life-cycle costs will be showcased at Booth #825 with Smith & Loveless' EVERLAST™ Wet Well Mounted Pump Stations, which reduces human capital expenses and creates a safer environment for operators with the above-ground design. The elimination of the confined space creates a safer environment at military facilities and makes it easier for personnel to maintain and monitor.